Nuts Magazine – A Discussion

Reading is a type of activity that sharpens the mind and brain. Reading is probably only thing that gives a person to enjoy complete freedom; the freedom to think and imagine in an independent way. However, the purpose of reading may be different for each and every person living in this world. Reading materials like by men may not find to be appealing before women. There may be something that teenagers find it exciting to read about, but the adults don’t find it interesting at all. Possibilities are numerous and options are increasing like the blowing of strong winds. Reading is one of the finest habits that helps in making a person relax and unwind while collecting a lot of useful information.

While women love to read about housekeeping and fashion related magazines, kids love to read a lot on cartoon and games related ones. However men have something saucier to offer. They love to look at magazines that feature sultry pictures of babes, interesting scandals, wardrobe malfunctioning news of female celebrities and related reading topics. They also love to keep them updated on their favorite sports related news and regarding various electronic gadgets available in the market.

For all these to take place, one of the best reading items available for men is the nuts magazine. It is one of the most renowned brands published from the United Kingdom. Being published from a British publishing house, this reading item features correct English which is easy to read and understand.

Pictures of renowned models like Lucy Pinder, Michelle Marsh, Britney Spears, Miranda Kerr, Vida Guerra, Kim Kardashian, and many more hot female celebrities are published on covers of different monthly issues of this renowned one. Not only pictures but semi-nude ones are published at the cover along with a lot more at the inset.

However, if you think that this magazine is only for viewing of semi-nude photographs of raunchy babes, then think twice before making the comment. There are a lot of other stuffs that are included in an issue of the famous nuts magazine. Topics on current affairs, newly launched gadgets, cars, sports and entertainment are also covered within the pages of it.

The best away to avail the issues of this number one reading brand of Britain is through the policy of subscription. The brand has its own website available through the internet. If you are staying outside the region of Britain then subscribing through the online medium is the best way to avail subscription.

You enter the website and find a lot of stuffs waiting for you to deal with. So many things are there for you to read and have a look through. If you find it difficult to search the subscription page, then look at the top left corner of the webpage and there among a list of tags you will find the tag “subscribe to nuts”. Click it and enter the subscription page where a whole list of attractive offers and discounts are waiting for you to avail.

Young People Prefer Foreign Car Brands

The youngest new car buyers, aged 19 to 27, are avoiding vehicles from General Motors, Ford and Chrysler, choosing instead to patronage cars made by Asian and European manufacturers. This news comes from a study of 2009 and 2010 Generation Y car shoppers undertaken by TrueCar.com and published in July 2011.

Foreign Models

At the top of many car shopping lists was the Scion tC, a compact car made by Toyota’s sub-brand. That car was followed closely by the Mitsubishi Lancer, a sporty compact model. Notably, not one Ford, Chrysler or General Motors vehicle finished in the top ten as models such as the Kia Forte, Honda Civic and Volkswagen GLI resonated with the youngest car buyers.

This news may not come as a shock to some, but it does show that the traditional domestic car manufacturers must work diligently to reach young buyers. Indeed, both Ford and Chevrolet have brought out new models since as early as spring 2010 that should appeal to young buyers and might affect an updated TrueCar.com study. Those cars include subcompacts such as the Ford Fiesta and Chevrolet Sonic to compact cars such as the Chevrolet Cruze and Ford Focus.

Price Point

An important attraction for this group of first time new car shoppers was the price of these models. Most, with the exception of the Volkswagen GLI were priced near or below $20,000 with one model, the Kia Forte, selling for under $15,000. Young car buyers often have limited budgets to work with and the models which interest them the most are reasonably priced and often include popular amenities such as Bluetooth connectivity, air-conditioning and audio systems.

When car buyers connect with a brand, it is difficult for them to be persuaded to switch, especially if they are satisfied with their purchases. Some buyers will stay loyal to a brand throughout their lives, buying as many as a dozen or more new vehicles over a 40- or 50-year period. Ford, Chrysler and GM must find a way to win these buyers otherwise by the next generation these automakers may find its vehicles largely ignored by car shoppers.

Good News

The news for the domestic makers isn’t completely grim, based on sales data for its small cars in 2011. With the exception of Chrysler, customers are buying the Chevrolet Cruze and Ford Focus, and in numbers above automaker expectations. How many of those are being snapped up by young buyers remains to be seen, but given Ford’s success with social media and its alliance with “American Idol,” its Fiesta and Focus are being exposed to young buyers.

Autocar India – The Leading Automotive News Magazine in the Country

Autocar is clearly the established world leader when it comes to automotive news media. With a history of over 100 years, it easily bears the legacy of the world’s oldest automobile magazine. Autocar was first introduced in 1895, as a weekly British automobile magazine published by Haymarket Motoring Publications Ltd. Today, along with the UK, there are other editions including India, China and South Africa.

Launched in September 1999, Autocar India is the country’s leading authority for motorbike and car owners; always seeking to be a forerunner. The magazine is known for pioneering road testing in India, and is the last word on new cars and bikes because of its authentic road test verdicts. It was also the first magazine to explore the Tata Nano, and showcase its interiors. Other magazines are envious of its reputation for exemplary editorial content, as well as high production standards with the magazine receiving accolades from both the industry and consumers alike.

The Autocar India editorial team ranks among the most experienced editorial teams in India, producing daily news and reviews on the latest cars and motorbikes. Hormazd Sorabjee is the Editor, with an experience of over 25 years in writing about cars; from a 65-ton battle tank to a Formula 1 car, he has driven it all. Shapur Kotwal is Deputy Editor and a part of each of the magazine’s extensive road testing activities. He also supervises test instrumentation, data acquisition and has commanded the most experience as a road tester in India. Akbar Merchant leads the staff writers, who cover all the latest scoops, launches, developments, and breaking news in the Indian automotive industry.

Autocar India’s monthly content includes exclusive news, features, and fascinating automobile stories. The magazine was the first to pioneer the concept of advertorials in India. Incidentally, it contains the largest and liveliest classified services section among any other monthly automobile magazine.

Autocar India promises to- “Get you the perfect fix of heady automobiles and dish out thorough reviews of the latest cars and bikes on Indian streets.” The world of cars is exciting to so many of us and Autocar brings alive its piquant stories and engaging features; making it the must-read magazine for everyone interested in cars.

Autocar India has always remained true to its heritage with its exhaustive and authoritative road tests. The best in the business, they have grown from being just a car magazine to becoming the expert on any car brand. The magazine boasts of a readership of more than twice the readership available for the closest rival, making it, by far, India’s best-selling car magazine. But more than the numbers, it is the content that makes it India’s best car magazine.

Autocar is known for being the only magazine to provide content towards leading dailies like The Telegraph, The Hindu, The Hindustan Times and more. Editor Hormazd Sorabjee also hosts the popular show on UTVi on cars and bikes.

According to a report, the Indian vehicle manufacturing industry has increased its growth by 13% over 10 years now, and contributes 6% to India’s GDP. Autocar India had joined hands with Bloomberg TV to present the awards praising the role of the automotive industry for increasing the growth rate of the Indian economy. Awards include: Renault Duster for “Car of the Year (Jury’s Choice)”, “Viewer’s Choice Car of the Year”, and “SUV of the Year”. Mahindra and Mahindra won the ‘Manufacturer of the Year’ award. “Bajaj KTM 200 Duke” won “Bike of the Year (Jury’s Choice)” and “Viewer’s Choice Bike of the Year” awards.

With India being the third largest internet user in the world, there is little doubt that at least a quarter of them will be hooked onto digital reading, which gives them access to an Autocar India digital subscription. Going by the population of the world and the number of internet users, there is no doubt that digital magazines are the future. Also with the access to mobiles and tablets that can be used as readers, the development of apps for publishing and reading has taken the market by storm; to announce that the future is here! Publishers that have made the switch have already realized the benefits and profits.

Autocar being the oldest automobile magazine has also been the first to switch to the digital version of the magazine. With an Autocar e-magazine you can do much more than you would with a paper magazine. As the magazine is always in the cloud, you can access it at any point in time from practically anywhere; get interactive content on the go and within the app too. Consumers who are unable to carry their favorite magazines around during travel can switch to the digital format of the magazine with ease.